Cyber Monday sales expected to shatter records

Retailers saw record online sales over Thanksgiving weekend.
1:27 | 11/30/20

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Major deals on everything from electronics to kitchen appliances. Reporter: Tonight, holiday shoppers expected to break all records for online shopping in a single day. We're super excited about cyber Monday this year more than ever. Reporter: With retailers offering some serious bargains around cyber Monday. Beats headphones regularly $299 now $169. 75-inch 4k TVs cut from $799 to $499 at many retailers. This kitchenaid mixer a savings of $100. Last year Americans spent $9.4 billion on cyber Monday. Tomorrow's forecast, up as much as 35% which would make tomorrow the largest online sales day ever. The pandemic changing not just how we shop this holiday season but also why. This is a moment where people are gifting and giving to their friends and family as a way of boosting their spirit. And it's also about the kind purchases that make sense in a time of social distancing. Home goods doing super well, outdoors stuff. Reporter: With retailers expecting reduced foot traffic in their brick and mortar stores, those with mobile apps are out ahead. Shopping by phone accounts for nearly half of all online holiday sales so far. All spending providing a real boost to the U.S. Economic recovery. Tom? Okay, thank you. When we come back, a community

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